Decorate Clothespins: Tutorial



Right now I have been focusing on getting all the minor details in order before I reveal Harrison's baby room.

These decorated clothespins will look great in a home office or even holding up photos of your loved ones in other rooms.

Here is what you need...


Materials

:: clothespins ::
:: silver glitter paint::
:: white acrylic paint ::

You can add additional paint colors to give it a little more punch.

[STEP ONE] Paint the clothespins with white paint.


[STEP TWO] Paint over the tops with silver glitter or make stripes and stars.


They aren't perfect but I think they will look cute in the room!
Simple yet adorable.

These clothes pins will hold up vintage cards (in the process of creating) for the time being. Eventually, those vintage cards will be replaced with photos of our little one.

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3 comments:

  1. You could also add magnets to the backs of them and use them as fridge magnets

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  2. I did this with ribbon modge podged on clothespins! Put magnets on backside and hung on side of my filing cabinets at work and fridge at home for holding etc...

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